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new product unveiled under tim cook. >> because you wear it, we invented new intimate ways to connect and communicate directly from your wrist. >> reporter: since the ipad some have questioned whether cook's creativity was fading. >> all the other new products apple introduced have come from steve jobs. so this is really a new era for apple, you know, with tim cook really showing that he is in charge here. >> reporter: this year, the iphone got bigger, thinner and faster. the media checked out the new devices in the pop-up showroom. the iphone 6 and 6 plus have redesigned keyboards and updated cameras, improved battery life. >> we are launching the biggest advancement in the history of iphones! >> reporter: both the iphone and watch will work as wireless wallets. [ beep ] >> that's it! [ laughter ] >> it lived up to the hype you
would say? >> yes. there is three big products and the mobile payments which is potentially huge. >> reporter: today the company proved it can still fascinate the masses and delivered its usual theatrics. it brought in u-2 to perform and announced itunes users to get the new album for free until mid-october. you can get the iphone 6 and 6 plus september 19. you can start using apple pay next month. and you can buy the apple watch early next year. veronica? >> hey, betty, a lot of energy at this launch but were there any real surprises? >> reporter: you know, this is exactly what we expected. all the experts say there weren't any real surprises but an incredible amount of enthusiasm. tim cook got a standing ovation when he unveiled the smartwatch. lots of applause and cheers but we'll know if they got it right when we see how many people buy
the smartwatch next year. >> exactly right. betty, thank you. we were tracking apple's stock during today's announcement. shares were up by $5 as the launch progressed especially after the mobile payment system was announced. it was down a bit after the announcement that the new watch would only work with iphones. it finished where it started the day down a fraction. for in depth reviews of the new iphone, top tweets on the feature and potential frustrations go to kpix.com. want to get to you some developing news right now. the search is on for a missing teen in hayward. kpix 5's linda yee has details from the newsroom. >> reporter: veronica, an all- out search is under way for a hayward teenager who walked away from his home three days ago and hasn't been seen since. authorities are looking for 16- year-old minh ly. the trouble started saturday afternoon when he had a fight with his father and walked away. he headed into a wooded area. police are particularly
concerned because li is described -- ly is described as a good student, never ran away and this is out of character for him. alameda county sheriff's deputies have set up a command post in the hills near his home. police have search dogs on the scene and are waiting for rescue crews to continue the search tonight. live in the newsroom, i'm linda yee, kpix 5. a teen is recovering after a brazen stabbing at a san jose park around 3 a.m. at hamand park on westfield avenue and genevieve lane. officers arrived to find the teen had been stabbed at least once. he was taken to the hospital but is expected to survive. the suspect took off before police arrived. no one was caught. a fight between two teenagers led to the brief lockdown at vallejo high school. one student was arrested another went to the hospital with a head injury after the fistfight. students were ordered to stay in their classrooms while police handled the incident. new at 6:00 tonight there
is a way you can avoid long security lines like these at at&t park. but it's not cheap. ann notarangelo is at the ballpark where fans are getting a taste of the new express system and it may look familiar. >> reporter: ken, if you are one of those fans who shows up at the ballpark as the national anthem is being sung maybe the fast lanes are for you. and that way you could bypass the metal detectors. >> if this is a little city of 42,000, that's how i look at it. >> reporter: today as fans converged on the little city we call at&t park, for tonight's game against the diamondbacks, the ballpark was gearing up for a faster way to get inside. fans say they sometimes wait 45 minutes outside. >> the i think the giants have done a decent job but slower than previous years because of the metal detectors. >> i hate waiting in line. if i can get in quicker, all the better. >> reporter: starting tonight, the giants kick off a pilot program using the same prescreening security system
called "clear" used at airports like sfo. >> once we know who you are at the airports and other places, now that you're not likely to be a risk. >> reporter: for a $179 annual fee people are pre-screened so they can bypass traditional security at airports. on game days, they will also be able to walk right up to the marina gate and take the fast lane. >> i'm excited because i have clear. i do a bit of traveling for work. i have clear and i fully expect to use the clear lane to get in quicker. >> reporter: major league baseball has set a 2015 deadline mandating every fan at every ballpark be screened. the giants say they have met that deadline and now want to speed things hundred. >> we just want to be comfortable that we're making the process a good safe experience and expedient for our fan base. >> reporter: a reminder of why we have all this new security is on display at willie mays plaza. two days from now we'll remember the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. and if a pilot program is a
success they will move it beyond the gate and use it at all the entrances to at&t park. tonight what they are going to do is take a look, see how many people are using the clear program and they are also going to check to see how well it operates. i think that gentleman might have used profanity on the air and for that we do apologize. in san francisco, ann notarangelo, kpix 5. >> thank you for that. the pilot program will last through the next 10 home games. longer if the giants go into the post-season. new at 6:00, a battle over building thousands of homes in the heart of silicon valley. kpix 5's mark kelly says the city of mountain view is divided over the demand for more tech housing. >> reporter: north bayshore in mountain view is serene and margaret is running for city council in order to preserve the natural beauty. but next door to the peaceful landscape, giant tech companies
are fast expanding. many techies rely on private shuttle buses for the long commute in. city council candidate lenny siegel suggests taking the city's current plans for offices and green space and building homes too, as many as 5,000 of them, allowing techies to live in walking distance to work. >> what mountain view decides about housing north bayshore will affect not only mountain view for a generation but the entire bay area. >> reporter: it's the high cost of housing in mountain view caused him to run for office. >> i'm concerned because my kids can't afford to live here. even a lot of people in google are having a hard time managing to live here. >> more housing doesn't always mean that that's going to solve the issue. >> reporter: she is in favor of new housing. but not in north bayshore. >> we have 2500 units in the pipeline of building houses in other places in the city and
those are high density, next to transportation, so it's smart growth. to me, that makes sense. >> reporter: but siegel's concerned that housing is not walking distance to north bayshore companies. two candidates, two different opinions, but both agree housing in north bayshore is what mountain view talking about. >> this is the issue which is going to decide our november election. >> reporter: as it stands now, the mountain view planning commission recommends no housing in north bayshore. of course, this november's election could change that. in mountain view, mark kelly, kpix 5. >> mountain view city council will discuss the north bayshore housing plan tonight. still ahead, the search for a mountain lion that attacked a little boy. it expands what we know about the big cat that could help the south bay crews looking for it. >> also, a firsthand look as people dodge the fire burning in yosemite. and the ongoing fight. >> we started off kind of chilly with the strong onshore flow.
it will end anything but. we have warming up in san jose and throughout the bay area. find out when you will get 10 degrees above average and how long you will stay there, coming up. >> a dire prediction for northern california birds. how climate change could have a big impact on hundreds of species. this is a different kind of airline. one that invented low-fares so everyone could fly. one that decides where to go next by putting your needs first. and knows people are its most powerful fuel. some say we do things differently. we say, why would we do things any other way? without a heart, it's just a machine.
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somebody after creating that danger. >> the district attorney's office cleared the officer involved last month saying he was in fear for his safety. during the past hours dna tests results reveal that the mountain lion that attacked a boy near cupertino is a male based on dna that was taken from the boy's shirt and that dna information could help searchers who are trying to find the cat in the pichetti open space preserve. >> trackers can determine if it's male or female when they corner it to be sure we have the right cat. >> tonight they are deploying infrared cameras to be used overnight. the 6-year-old boy who was attacked on sunday is out of the hospital and recovering at home. some shaking near hollister this morning to tell you about now. a 3.6 magnitude earthquake hit at around 11:15 in ridgemark and san benito county an area prone to quakes. there have been several small ones in the last week.
no reports of damage. the damage to napa valley's wine industry after last month's earthquake is $80.3 million. and that is a conservative figure. a spokesman for napa county says that number is likely to increase as more damage is discovered and reported. as a whole the quake caused an estimated $400 million damage in the county. dire reports about the effects of climate change and birds. half the speechies in north america are in danger of losing critical habitat. kpix 5's don ford on the report and the birds that are most threatened. >> reporter: the national audubon society released an alarming report today and the local chapter's executive director is worried. >> it's really quite astonishing. what they found is that nearly half of all species in north america are actually imperiled by climate conditions. >> reporter: the study claims global warming is the cause but
it will take until 2050 or even 2080 to see effects. >> it seems like a long time for us but for species that adapted, that's a tight time horizon. >> reporter: common birds in our region like the alan hummingbird might lose all its habitat. the black oyster catcher its food supply could be dried up and the brown pelican may be forced north. >> can you imagine the bay without pelicans? that would be really awful! >> reporter: at the university of california berkeley the professor of conservation biology: does the species have time to react? >> they can move. they can adapt in place. or they can can go extinct. >> reporter: he points out that global warming may be good for some birds. >> some of the common ones like morning doves could be favored by climate change. >> reporter: in washington where the report was released, the director of the fish and wildlife says it's not just
about birds. >> where birds thrive, people prosper. and so as you think about the 2014 state of the birds report, think about that notion where birds thrive, people prosper. >> reporter: although it will be half a century before we know if the predictions in the report happen or not, everyone still agrees, change is coming. in berkeley, don ford, kpix 5. >> tonight extra firefighters are at the front lines of the growing yosemite wildfire. the fire has jumped more than 4400 acres. and it's spreading in many different directions. it's burning through the wilderness east of little yosemite valley. more than 300 firefighters are battling the fire. crews are relying on planes and helicopters because the flames are in rugged terrain. and a gopro camera captured the dramatic helicopter evacuation of tourists from half dome sunday. the fire was getting close to that area. the park remains open but several trails are closed. amazing photographs of the
fire going on. beautiful little yosemite valley but it's sad because that's an area that's frequented by so many tourists and now it's completely shut off for the fall one of the best times to go. >> we have seen so many fires around the state so far this year because we're in this three-year drought. we can't seem to shake this fire. it's going to be with us for a while and the forecast for the next 7 days although very nice to get outside isn't going to help the situation a bit because we'll get drier and actually hotter over the next several days. take a live look outside. great shop from the top of sutro tower looking down on the beautiful city of san francisco and we see some of those fingers of the onshore flow spreading over the city and by 9:00 tonight, the city will be cloudy. great shot outside. how warm do we get today? much warmer than yesterday. livermore 88. concord 86. napa 80. fremont topped out at 76. in oakland high of 74. daly city in san francisco coming in in the mid-60s. speaking of san francisco, it is summertime! what am i talking about? september. the warmest month of the year
starts today. from september 8 to october 8, that is the warmest month of the year in san francisco where we average a high of 70.3 degrees. and we are going to get there. we'll be in the 70s in san francisco starting tomorrow. here's the reason why. big ridge of high pressure it ebbs and flows. it's over top of us. minimal cloud cover, warm temperatures, hot inland, and i don't see a change for the next five to seven days. i don't change until the top of next week at the earliest. fog and low cloud cover will be near the water not pushing inland tonight. we'll be in the 90s for five days away from the water and we'll be warm near the water as well especially coming up on thursday, friday and saturday. tomorrow, "hump day," how warm is it going to be? welcome back to the 90s in concord and livermore. san jose 83. 70 san francisco. oakland 76. san rafael 85. santa rosale 3 degrees. toasty away from the water. santa rosa 83 degrees. mid- to upper 90s thursday,
friday and saturday no records but you will be sweat if you are running outside. it will be 80 near the bay on friday. around 70 at the coast. raiders warm hosting the houston texans on sunday right here on kpix 5. >> still smoking. >> yeah. >> it's going to be warm. >> nice weekend. >> yeah. >> all right. thanks, paul. still ahead, a bay area city paves the way for a new downtown. first step, tearing down a big part of the old one. the action today and what they are making room for. >> plus, california plugging in the state hits a major milestone when it comes to electric cars. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
biggest cities in the bay construction started today to change one of the unusual things about fremont. it is one of the biggest cities in the bay area, but there's no downtown. kpix 5's john ramos tells us the project that just got under way is designed to bring focus to the sprawling city. >> the rise of the downtown is
important. >> reporter: the city of fremont would like to create a new civic center. but as the saying goes, if you want to make an omelette, you have to break a few eggs. this old bank building on fremont boulevard was being flattened to make way for the future. eventually a wide street with shops and apartments will run through here giving the city a destination point. >> a little shopping mall here and there. we don't have any main attraction. >> reporter: fremont was created back in 1956 when five small towns came together to form a single city. but they never really established where the downtown or citycenter was supposed to be. >> each of them wanted the downtown in their own area so historically, it means fremont's coming to its age, we think. >> reporter: city leaders hope the end of this old building will be just the beginning for a new fremont. the 2-year-old owen doesn't care about that. he came out today to watch the
heavy equipment. >> what kind of truck is that? >> i think it's a [ indiscernible ] >> it is an excavator. yes. >> reporter: which raises an interesting idea. if they want to attract more people to this area, maybe they should just knock down a few more buildings. in fremont, john ramos, kpix 5. >> the city has talked about creating a downtown for nearly 60 years. they were able to use the downturn in the economy to buy the properties needed to start the project. a milestone as california drivers continue to go green. we learned today the state has passed a milestone for plug-in electric vehicles. now 100, 000 of those cars are on the road. drivers here already purchased 40% of electric cars sold in the united states. governor brown has set a goal of 1.5 million electric cars sold in california by 2025. >> you're next. >> thinking about it. >> that's your next car. >> i got to carry a lot of batteries in my pocket though.
>> you charge right downstairs. some new inside into the ray rice abuse case and the nfl. the commissioner speaks out for the first time about what the league knew and when. >> president obama prepares to make a prime time pitch on battling the terror group isis. his first challenge convincing members of congress. >> and apple is trying to change the way you pay when you shop. consumerwatch puts apple pay to the test. ,,
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suspension... and the domesc abuse he has paid the price for the actions that he has already taken. >> the nfl commissioner breaks his silence over ray rice's suspensionants domestic abuse caught on camera. welcome back. i'm veronica de la cruz. >> i'm ken bastida. the nfl is on the hot seat right now for this whole ray rice investigation. the league suspended rice indefinitely only after new video surfaced of the ravens star punching his then fiancee. in an exclusive cbs news interview, nfl commissioner roger goodell was asked straight up in he knew about that video to. >> did you know that a second
tape existed? >> we had not seen any videotape of what occurred in the elevator. we assumed that there was a video. we asked for video. but we were never granted that opportunity. >> keep in mind, rice was suspended for only two games initially. meantime, fans and sponsors quickly distancing themselves from ray rice. the rutgers athletic department rice's alma mater says a banner which features rice will soon come down. rice's image is also disappearing from videogames. he is being dropped from the hit game madden nfl 15. and nike is saying tonight that it is severing business ties with the former ravens runningback. ray rice's wife is speaking out on social media defending her husband and lashing out against the media. on her instagram account she posted this: i woke up this morning feeling like i had a horrible nightmare feeling like i'm mourning the death of my closest friend. domestic violence counselors are hoping this case will draw
attention for the need for zero tolerance on abuse. kpix 5's juliette goodrich reports. >> reporter: domestic violence counselors say while this incident is outrageous, it is not uncommon. the only difference it was captured on video. proof. >> there are no excuses. we saw from beginning to end where ray rice hit her, she went down, and she is clearly out. and he didn't grab his head and say, oh, my gosh, what have i gone? i knocked her out. he stood there, kind of like waiting almost as if he was waiting for her to get up. >> reporter: but ann king director of tri-valley haven says without such evidence women are still having to defend their side of the story when they shouldn't have to. it's abuse and no excuse. >> very often we hear, she is a gold digger. she's after his money. we don't know and with. we didn't see it. she said he hit her. we don't know. we don't know what happened.
i stayed for as long as i did because i kept hoping it would change and i kept believing that it would change. >> reporter: domestic violence survivor andria brooks says it's an endless cycle of violence. she has come full circle now and helps others. >> i still love my abuser when i left him. but i soon realized that that really wasn't love because people don't treat each other that way if they love each other. >> reporter: the tri-valley haven has been here for 37 years. they have a 24-hour hotline for anyone to call in. they are hoping this latest incident we have all seen is a huge wake-up call. >> we are hoping that this is a really critical time for change for prevention and education to finally find its way into the nfl and professional sports at large. >> reporter: a critical time for zero tolerance but still it's one day at a time. >> the woman who was coldcocked and out on the floor of an elevator, dragged out, issued
an apology for her part in what happened. that's how deeply, uhm, how deeply she believes that she's not good that somehow this is her fault. >> reporter: but king says there is no denying it, this is not her fault. juliette goodrich, kpix 5. >> tonight there is growing anger over the arrest of 49ers player ray mcdonald for domestic violence. the san francisco board of supervisors voted unanimously today to denounce the team for its handling of the mcdonald case. the defensive end was arrested last month after a fight with his pregnant fiancee but he was allowed to play last sunday. the board is calling on the team to keep mcdonald from playing until santa clara county authorities can complete their investigation. >> president obama is laying out his case for expanded military action against the extremist group known as isis. he is pushing for congressional support ahead of tomorrow's prime time pitch to the nation. cbs reporter craig boswell has
details now from the white house. >> reporter: top congressional leaders came to the white house to hear president obama outline plans to confront isis militants. >> we need to have from the president of the united states the most important leader in the world a plan for eliminating them. >> reporter: house republicans huddled tuesday to discuss the group operating in iraq and syria. gop leaders say they want specifics from the president but lawmakers are divided on whether expanding the mission into syria requires congressional approval. >> i think it would be a mistake for the president to wait for congress to act. i think he should take -- if he believes the action is necessary, as commander-in- chief he should take it. >> reporter: the white house has always said the president has the authority but wants congress on the same page. president obama makes his case publicly in a prime time address wednesday. >> what the president will talk about in the speech tomorrow is what the next phase entails, protecting the american people. >> reporter: on capitol hill, the administration is offering more closed door briefings on the president's plan which does
not include ground troops. >> i don't know how others feel. but i'm just going to wait and try to get the facts before i jump off and, uhm, something that you read on the in evidence someplace. >> reporter: the white house says u.s. airstrikes in iraq have helped stop the advance of isis fighters. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> secretary of state john kerry is headed to the middle east to continue to work on an international coalition. you can watch the president's address about isis live right here on kpix 5 tomorrow night at 6:00 followed by our news. tonight some new information just released about malaysia airlines flight 17 nearly two months after it was blown out of the sky over ukraine. dutch investigators are saying the jetliner took several outside hits before it split into pieces and crashed. one rebel leader in ukraine admits thinks group shot down the jet with a surface-to-air missile. experts say that type of weapon breaks into pieces of shrapnel
before hitting a target. >> because of a lot of damage of the aircraft caused by objects high energy objects penetrating the aircraft. >> violence between pro-russian separatists and ukranian forces have slowed down the investigation. a full report expected within a year. still ahead, booted from "covered california." why some people are getting dropped from the state's insurance exchange without warning. >> plus, cal berkeley takes the number one spot for public universities and that's not all. the other uc campuses earning top honors. ,, ,,,,
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one of the most-talked about features of the new i phones the new mobile payment system.'s ou shop. we one of the most talked about features of the new iphone is the new mobile payment system. what's that? it's designed to change the way you shop. we asked kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts to check it out. >> reporter: apple introduced
apple pay by adressing the obvious concerns promising it's more secure than credit cards and apple won't track your purchases but the question remains, will consumers buy it? >> so i'm going to take the phone tap again. >> reporter: mobile payments certainly aren't new but they are not exactly common either. did you ever use mobile payments? >> not so much, no. >> i don't. i'm concerned about security. >> reporter: well, that's something apple is hoping to change with the introduction of apple pay. >> it is so cool! . >> reporter: and it was also cool three years ago when google wallet began using near field communication to allow to you pay with a tap of a phone. [ beep beep ] >> reporter: but nfc has been slow to take off, partly because there aren't many of these terminals and partly due to security. >> it could be a game changer. >> reporter: but they say apple pay may actually be more secure than simply swiping your card since it creates a unique code for each transaction instead of using your card number. >> the merchant that you're
buying something from never has your credit card information. so if there were to be another target or home depot data breach, it would be harder to access your information. >> reporter: and he says considering the fallout from those two historic breaches, retailers would rather not see your credit card number to begin with. and the recent data breaches are likely part of the reason apple is finally jumping into the nfc game. cardmakers are requiring retailers to install smart card readers by the end of next year and 80% of the new chip and p.i.n. terminals are also equipped with nfc. >> i'm not totally ready to embrace it. >> reporter: fewer than 10% of americans say they are comfortable with mobile payments. >> i would want to explore it more. >> reporter: at least for now. >> they are going to get you one way or the other. so i don't think about it too much. >> reporter: mastercard, visa and american express have all signed on. it's the same liability policies for your credit card would probably apply to apple pay if your card was compromised.
>> i'm a dinosaur but i can't see going blip with my whole checking account in some machine at the coffee shop. >> totally uncomfortable. >> apple already has your -- if you have an apple device or account, they have your credit card on file. >> that isn't the point. somebody steals this from you, you have access to so much? and your money, as well? i don't think so. >> reporter: hopefully you have some sort of code and hope influence you have a couple of different ways to protect yourself so they can't get into it. >> i don't know. >> they keep stealing at every store. i don't think so. >> reporter: the code to get into your phone as long as it's not 1234 is probably good. >> thank you. some californians who purchased individual health coverage through the state's insurance exchange are suddenly being dropped or transferred to medi-cal. the exchange says it adjusted its income eligibility scale this year when the federal government updated the poverty scale. as a result, people near the threshold are sometimes moved between private health plans
and medi-cal. "covered california" has no estimate of how many people have been affected. the top executive at mi pueblo stores is taking action to help illegal immigrant minors detained at the u.s. border. they say that they are hoping to raise more than $75,000 from customers at his 21 store chain. that money will help pay for legal representation. chavez says he is doing it because he is a father and it's the right thing to do. the list is out of top schools in the country and the uc system is getting recognized. according to us -- u.s. news & world report, uc-berkeley is number one, ucla second place tie with the university every virginia. uc-davis is 9. uc-santa barbara number 10. you would see the sunshine if you go outside right now. it's all about the sunshine. all throughout the bay area, even san francisco live from san jose. it's not just sunny.
it's going to be sunny and warm. or sunny and hot. that's coming up in your seven- day forecast. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, one former 49er quarterback takes issue with his old team. >> you don't come to work until we figure this out. >> while a former raider executive takes aim at the nfl. >> i don't know which is more perplexing. >> and jim harbaugh compares his quarterback it a superhero. >> one is kaepernick, the other has an s on his chest. >> anybody got any kryptonnite?
fitbits... its all great for tech geeks. but would you call them fashion forwa? tonight: see where technology meets the smartwatches, fit bits, all great for tech geeks. more on bay area nightbeat at 10:00 on the cw. all your fitbits out there -- [ laughter ] >> >> we thought summer was over. >> 10,000 is a good day? is that the deal? 10,000 steps? you will be sweating at step number 10,000 in this forecast. 70 is warm in -- san
francisco. you will get there. san jose 80 is warm. we'll get there. today is the transition day. warm but not hot yet. santa rosa 76. oakland 70. livermore right now 82 degrees. live picture from valley christian elementary school part of our live neighborhood network hazy for days. we have a north flow of air and that north wind is dragging down some of the smoke -- not much but some of the smoke from the big fire burning at the california-oregon border. we are seeing that and it's diminishing our air quality a little bit. speaking of san jose, look at your past five days. average high 83. nowhere close the past five days. as a matter of fact, yesterday we were 13 degrees below normal. you get back to normal tomorrow. you will be above normal for several days thereafter. overnight tonight, upper 50s. 58 concord.
58 redwood city. 58 san francisco. sunrise at 6:47. so what is going on? why are we going to get warmer? it can be answered in one letter, the letter is h. h is for the center of high pressure which is sitting off to our west. we put that on the map where the ridge is. it's a big strong ridge of high pressure. it will extend its influence up and down the west coast and since it's parked just off to our west, that's giving us a minimal if any onshore flow. are we getting the flow from the ocean or not? monday we were. it was chilly cloudy. today not so much. tomorrow zero. we are not going to see much ocean influence. notice that ridge didn't move for the necessary -- for the next several days it won't be moving. we'll be above average, sunnier than normal. no records. but warm. inland 90s for five straight days. i know we do it every september. the air-condition cranking the next few days. it's going to be warm near the water as well especially thursday, friday and saturday. so back to the 90s for you in
concord. 91. only five degrees above average but 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. milpitas 80. palo alto 78. half moon bay milder 68. pittsburg will hit 93. 70 san francisco tomorrow. oakland 76. richmond 74. sonoma 86. i do hear a 96? yeah. head up toward lakeport 96 degrees coming up tomorrow. extended forecast, the hottest day thursday, friday, saturday, just a few degrees shy of 100 away from the water. some of you will hit 80 near the bay for a couple of days and thank goodness the 49ers are playing an evening game hot in santa clara sunday highs around 90 inland all the way through the end of the weekend. that is your kpix 5 forecast. >> thank you. speaking of hot, some farmers in the central valley are under fire for how they are trying to weather the drought. reporter lee martinez on the concern over where they may be getting their water. >> the nuts have already been removed. that's the first to har vet.
>> reporter: california's drought has pushed almond harvest three weeks ahead of schedule. >> in all the years that i farmed almonds this is the earliest we have ever been at this stage. >> reporter: this grower says almond growers have been preparing for a big drought for the last 30 years. >> i think we have done the best that we could do with the limited amount of water and a lot of almond growers used half the normal allotment of the water hand had to figure -- and had to figure out how to make that do this year. >> reporter: how nut growers are making do has conservationists concerned. many are concerned they are digging deep wells into the aquifer and taking water without regulation. in july we spoke to a university of the pacific geologist who warns, california is sinking and we should stop tapping the aquifer. >> ground water pumping and storage were the two tools that almond growers and most of the al culture industry used this year to get us through the drought. so we are going to be just as dependent or maybe even more next year on ground water for our supply.
>> reporter: san joaquin's farm bureau says the county is one of the few regularly testing ground water supplies and says it fares better than others but many worry if governor brown signs three bills libertying ground water next year -- limiting ground water next year, people living there will pay more in fees and taxes for water monitoring already being done by the county. he says the only thing he can do is hope for the best. >> we are really very hopeful that we are going to have exceedingly large rain and snowfall in california this year. >> let's hope so. >> that's what everybody is hoping. >> lee martinez reporting. we'll be right back. ,,,,
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felonly domestic abuse arre from 49ers ceo jed york and you guys saw earlier how ray mcdonald, the san francisco supervisors are not -- >> yeah. >> so york finally spoke for the first time. jim harbaugh has been fronting it up to this point but york attempted to distance ray mcdonald's felony domestic abuse arrest from the ray rice assault saying, quote, ray mcdonald is not ray rice. as for allowing mcdonald to continue to play football while under investigation, york said he won't punish mcdonald until he sees evidence. >> as a leader you need to make
sure you're doing what you feel is the right thing. and it's not always what's the most popular thing. again, i will fall back on if you want to take shots at my reputation and you want to characterize me in this way for taking this stance, i'm comfortable with that. and i realize there might be people that dissent. i fully acknowledge that and i fully respect that decision. but for me to look at myself in the mirror and say, i'm going to punish somebody whether it's not playing them or cutting them or us is spending them or whatever -- suspending them or whatever that punishment is before you can go through an entire, you know, legal process and entire investigation, that's just not who i am. >> many disagree with york's stance including former 49ers quarterback steve young who said this on espn. >> any big company in this country, if that happens, they
don't -- they send you home. they might pay you. but you don't play, you don't come to work until we figure this out. >> so you believe jim harbaugh -- >> we just -- >> -- takes a stance and the hopes take a stance. >> you can see how this began -- the hopes take a stance? >> you can see how this -- you have to have no tolerance about it and mean it. we have to have a policy that if you get arrested for this, until we figure out, we'll call you when you figure it out. >> former raiders ceo amy trask the one-time highest ranking female executive in the nfl appeared on the cbs morning show and was not buying roger goodell's story that the nfl had not seen the elevator video prior to yesterday. >> as to why they didn't see the video sooner, i -- i don't know that any of us know the answers relating to the video issue. and quite frankly, i'm not sure
what i would find more stunning, that the league did not see the video, which would be stunning, or that the league saw the video and yet imposed only a two-game penalty, which would be stunning. i don't know which is more perplexing. >> now, none of this is proving a distraction to the 49ers on the field. they steam rolled the cowboys on sunday and after keeping everything close to the vest in the preseason, the 49ers unleashed colin kaepernick and the passing game against the cowboys. kaepernick was so impressive that he prompted a rare comparison out of jim harbaugh. >> there's been a lot of talk, a lot of rhetoric and opinions. some people like you, some don't. but you know, only colin kaepernick [ indiscernible ] my information is only two people that could make that -- those two plays, one is colin
kaepernick, the other has an s on his chest. usa basketball played slovenia in the world cup. cousins was asked if he knew where slovenia was. no. do you know where alabama is? because hopefully not given steph curry a geography lesson, the other half of the splash brothers klay thompson shows he can play above the rim. thompson leads usa with 20 points. they blow out slovenia 119-76. they will face lithuania in the semifinals. the dodgers hope that they can hold off the san francisco giants. anyway. uhm -- they got a big series coming up. >> yeah. no question about that. the mcdonald case, a little bit different in that there is no videotape. >> yeah. >> so there is no real physical evidence that people can weigh in on. >> but domestic violence is
domestic violence. i see both sides of this thing. what's really scary is how prevalent this might be in the nfl. >> yeah. >> what's going on? >> all last week the 49ers were talking about due process. the problem is that the thoroughness of the investigation of the ray rice problem now affects the mcdonald case in a way that people are going to say you messed up the rice investigation. how can we trust any further investigations that you do? >> i can see that. >> that's the issue. i think that's what steve young was referring to. >> okay. >> i like his tie. i just wanted to mention. >> thank you. >> on a lighter note. >> for news throughout the evening and the best in tiewear, the latest on kpix.com.
joey fatone: it's time to play "family feud." give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: hi, folks. thank you very much. thank you for coming, everybody. hey, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. you know what? we got another good one for you today, like always, no different. returning for their second day, already with a total of $20,000, from austin, texas, it's the kelly family. [cheering and applause] and from indianapolis, indiana, it's the shaheed family. [cheering and applause] everybody here is trying to win theyself a lot of cash, and then the possibility of driving out of here in a stylish ford fusion. [cheering and applause] let's go. give me jasmin. give me ally. let's go.
ladies, here we go. we've got the top 8 answers on the board. name something the bridesmaids might say about the bride behind her back. ally. >> she's a little overweight? steve: she's a little overweight. [cheering and applause] >> steve, we're gonna play. steve: they're gonna play. [cheering and applause] you know, maybe i'm old or something, but aren't the bridesmaids supposed to be like friends of the bride? >> i know. i know. it's not what i would say. it's what 100 other people would. steve: she's a cow. [laughter] >> it's a little harsh. steve: wow. all right, joey, let's do it, man. name something the bridesmaids might say about the bride behind her back. >> ladies can also get jealous, so, it's that talk like, "i can't believe it's her and not me," so, "she's not ready. it should be me up there getting married." >> yeah! good answer! >> if you could wrapt